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November 14, 2010

Mac users and cut files to CDS files

Interesting thing I found ut in the MB today
Unlike PC users, mac users do not have to use cds in order to convert cds files to g files.
Here are what 2 MB Mac users say . You have to check on the validity of this as I am not a Mac user

Fayrai and Kut-n-Print posted where mac users CAN convert .txt (older extension for .cut files) and I am assuming that it works for .cut files as well!


I had downloaded the file to my desktop and I right clicked to reveal a number of options for opening the file. The only option that proved successful was Opera( whatever that is) I opted to save the file and deleted the .txt and downloaded this to my desktop. I opened my G. sync, dragged the new file (sans .txt) and wa-la. It converted the file and I downloaded it to my G.


It's even easier than that. Click on the file and click command-I for Get Info and then change the extension in the name and extension box. A dialog will pop up to confirm that is what you wanted to do. Click on use/keep .gypsy.


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